I'm not going to repeat many times in this document the references used, so this page is here as a central index.
List of ALL Existing U.S. Lighthouses by Bob and Sandra Shanklin (19th Edition January 2006). This has been a great reference of lighthouses and their index (in the form XX-nn) is shown on all US pages.
Great Lakes Light House Keepers Association, www.GLLKA.com. These people not only support us "Lighthouse nuts", they own 3 lights in their own behalf and sponsor a number of cruises (look for one per lake, plus ...)
Lighthouses of New England, www.lighthouse.cc, Jeremy D'Entremont.
Index of all known Lighthouses, www.lighthousedepot.com/database. This has roughly 8000 entries at the time this note is penned.
Lighthouse Friends, www.lighthousefriends.com. Has lists of US lighthouses by state or by maps. Includes a description, location (including Latitude and Longitude) and travel directions.
Trinity House, www.trinityhouse.co.uk. Intended to be a list of all the lighthouses in England, includes photos, history and location.
UNC Lighthouse Directory, http://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/lighthouse/index.htm, Russ Rowlett and the University of North Carolina. A very good directory of lighthouses in the world, this often is the easiest to "browse" as it is organized by region.
Leuchturmseiten (lighthouse pages) von Anke und Jens, http://www.leuchtturmseiten.de/?ENG. This website is mostly northern European lights and has matching maps to go with the photos and descriptions.
Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society, http://www.arlhs.com. This is a collation of lighthouse locations and photographs. Organized by country with subdivisions by state in the US.
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